From Professor Lori Andrews
Institute for Science Law & Technology Seeking Summer Research Assistants
Professor Lori Andrews and the Institute for Science, Law, and Technology (ISLAT) are hiring students as paid research assistants this summer to conduct research on the emerging biotechnologies and their effect on law, intellectual property regimes, public health, medicine, and genetics. Students will be expected to effectively research and analyze various topics in biotechnology and draft memoranda on the technological aspects, as well as the ethical, legal, and social impacts. All applicants must possess strong legal research and writing abilities. Please drop off a resume, writing sample, and list of three references to Tracy Green in room 775.
From Professor Ronald Staudt
Faculty Research Assistant Justice Web Collaboratory
Work with faculty to research and prepare articles and other publications regarding Access to Justice. This is an exciting opportunity to explore the use of the Internet in the practice of law, especially as a support mechanism for unrepresented pro se litigants. Research and evaluate e-lawyering practices currently in use and examine the ethical issues facing lawyers practicing law on the Internet!
To discuss getting involved in this cutting-edge research project, please contact Professor Ronald Staudt via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. To apply, submit your resume to Tony Ratliff email@example.com.